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The Humanist Hour

By American Humanist Association

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A typical episode of the HH podcast features interviews, commentary, news, and music. Notable guests have included Sir Salman Rushdie, Prof. Richard Dawkins, Sam Harris, Christopher Hitchens, E.O. Wilson, Alan Dershowitz, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Andy Rooney, Greg Graffin of Bad Religion, Holly Near, Dar Williams and Julia Sweeney. The HH podcast is hosted and produced by Bo Bennett, PhD, from the American Humanist Association.

Customer Reviews

Great Promise. Poor quality.

The problem with podcasting means that everyone with a microphone and computer thinks they should be podcasting. Constructive criticism: Poor sound quality, goofy special effects, choppy interviews. But it is an important subject matter, even if it isnt a well-organized treatment. I give them kudos for even daring to question Big Religion. I'd say stick with this podcast to see if they improve over time. I'm rooting for them.

It's like a good bizzaro world...

After years of listening to crazy right wing talk radio, it's so almost surreal to hear the same format filled with such reasonable and well articulated opinions and observations. I am going to keep listening for sure.

Three Cheers for Humanism

With the proliferation of porn on the internet and religiosity sweeping American today, Humanist Network News is a great addition to podcasts. The subject matter is current, the host is friendly, and the podcast covers a wide range of freethinking, thought provoking topics. I like it. It’s great to see the internet used for intelligent dialogue.

The Humanist Hour
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  • Category: Other
  • Language: English

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